• Dec 2nd 2020

House price growth close to three-year high!

The housing market is set to have it's strongest December in more than a decade, as more buyers rush to move home before the stamp duty holiday ends in March 20201, pushing house prices by 3.5% since December 2017. The average house price is now £223,500, ... more

  • Nov 24th 2020

Mortgage choice improves for first-time buyers and buyers with small deposits!

The number of mortgages on the market has risen for the first time since June, including the available products for borrowers with smaller deposits and first-time buyers. October saw an increase in over 145 mortgage products being added to the market ... more

  • Nov 20th 2020

Covid-19 has changed the way we value our homes!

The coronavirus pandemic and lockdown, are impacting on how many of us feel about our homes. With many of us having to adapt the way we live since the first lockdown, most of us, are not happy with the current living situation.  This is because ... more

  • Nov 13th 2020

Mortgage approvals soared to a 13-year high in September

The stamp duty holiday is continuing to ramp up demand in the property market, with mortgage approvals soaring to a 13-year high in September. However, will this trend continue during the current lockdown? September saw a total of 91,500 mortgage approvals, ... more

  • Nov 4th 2020

New PostCan I still buy and sell my property during the second lockdown?

With a second national lockdown upon us, the property market remains open, however, how will the new restrictions impact if you are buying or selling your home? From Thursday 5th November until at least the 2nd of December, England will be placed under ... more

  • Oct 29th 2020

How to get on-trend décor on a budget

Whether you bought your first home, or are in the process of decorating, but have a budget in mind, there are several ways that you can get an on-trend décor on a budget.  Homeowners are spending more time in the kitchen, creating these open and ... more

  • Oct 15th 2020

7 good reasons not to overprice your home

According to Hometrack, research shows that overpriced homes stay longer on the market. Here is a detailed look at the downfall of being over-ambitious when overpricing your home. Your property could take longer to sell. Overpriced homes take ... more

  • Oct 9th 2020

Government pledges ' most significant expansion of homeownership since the 1980s'

The Prime Minister has promised to help more young people to get onto the property ladder by increasing the availability of 95% mortgages for those with smaller deposits. In his address to the virtual Conservative Party conference, Boris Johnson said ... more

  • Oct 7th 2020

Mortgage loan approvals soar 62%!

Mortgage approvals soared to a near 13-year high in August from a combination of pent-up demand and the stamp duty holiday announcement, as the scramble to buy homes continues. The number of mortgages approved was at the highest since the last peak ... more